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The Colorful Rebellion of Mixed Gemstones

Once considered taboo, mixing different types and colored gemstones in one piece of jewelry is becoming a way to enhance each gem’s beauty, not detract. Like a bouquet of flowers, the visual experience is rich, multi-layered…and certainly colorful. The takeaway? Dare to mix your gems and metals. The rules that applied a generation ago just don’t cut it today…thankfully!

Irene Neuwirth

Irene Neuwirth’s 18-karat white and yellow gold necklace with turquoise, tourmaline, pink tourmaline, aquamarine, quartz, Akoya pearls and diamonds. Courtesy Photo

Michael John Jewelry

Michael John Jewelry’s 18-karat rose gold ring with diamonds. Photo by Courtesy Photo.


Mish New York

Mish New York’s 18-karat gold cuff with brown diamonds, garnets, sapphires, peridot, aquamarine, citrine, pink tourmaline and iolite.

Source: WWD